- Departs from:
21b Manchester Terrace, Melrose, Wellington 6023.
Follow the winding drive all the way to the top of the hill to find Truby King House
- Departure time:
Come join us for a planting day at Rangituhi/Colonial Knob and help contribute to some of the last remaining original native forest in the Tawa-Porirua basin. Rangituhi means “sky glow”, and the site offers views of Cook Strait and on clear days the Kaikoura Range to the south, Waikanae to the north and Mt Taranaki in the north-west.
The native plants selected will in time provide habitat and food sources for native birds and insects and contribute to the increasing native biodiversity of the Wellington region.
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